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Treatment Model

In the JAYIL treatment program we are governed by the mixed residential model, elaborated from the experience of 20 years of clinical work in addictions, taking into account the AA 12-step program.
This model is at the forefront in terms of knowledge for treatment of all kinds of addictive diseases, as well as some of the principles of therapeutic community, which is conceived as a help model centered on the person and their family, considered As a physical, biological, psychological, social and spiritual being, belonging to a family and in interaction with other people, it requires the development of a network of articulated services inserted in the different levels of its social action in order to exist.


Group spiritual-emotional healing therapy

The objective of human formation therapy is that the subject, through the encounter with God, can know himself

Release board

Honesty is essential in these sessions since the objective is that the person with conduct disorders, etc. be aware of your condition, so that you value yourself

Addiction counseling with an Alcoholics Anonymous approach

In the Jayil clinic treatment program we are governed by the mixed residential model, developed from the experience of years of clinical work in addictions, taking into account the AA 12-step program. We also find it important to implement some aspects of the Minnesota model.


Therapy with a gender perspective

Participants will be able to recognize and differentiate the concepts of equality, equity, discrimination, basic and strategic needs, empowerment, and gender violence.

Life and career plan

Detect both the strengths, as the own weaknesses and the environment, to project and direct the functioning of the capacities, motivations and objectives of professional, personal, work, intellectual, social and family life

Life skills development

Promote the following skills through the acquisition of certain skills that are detailed: communication, empathy, emotion management, stress management, self-evaluation, decision making, problem solving, teamwork.

Family workshop

It seeks to increase the quality of life of people who live with a family member with consumption problems, in addition to reducing family stress derived from living with a consumer family member, in order to contribute from the family to the awareness of the problem of own addict.

Individual and group counseling

Create a helping relationship distinguished by empathy, clarity, respect and genuine concern for the user that facilitates the user's commitment to the recovery process, establishing realistic and achievable goals, promoting knowledge and developing attitudes that contribute to positive change

Physical conditioning

Preparation training and basic exercises, according to the capabilities of each user, which results in a higher level of strength, coordination and psychological resistance, a cardiovascular training program is used that allows the patient to produce the neurotransmitters that will help him to have a better state of mind to achieve a lasting abstinence.

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 Patients with drug addiction, alcoholism, drug addiction, gambling or psychological problems.
 Patients from 12 to 80 years old to fend for themselves.

 Patients in a state of severe intoxication that puts their life, their general or neurological condition at risk.
 Patients who present wounds, fractures or burns without previous treatment or that put their physical integrity at risk.
 Patients with psychiatric conditions already diagnosed without medical treatment.
 Patients with chronic diseases without control or without medical treatment.
 Pregnant patients.
 Patients who are unable to fend for themselves

Our follow-up

The user receive support from the clinic in group therapy for relapse prevention follow-up, as well as individual sessions, in these sessions the maintenance and follow-up of the user's life plan is addressed. For our follow-up we used the relapse prevention model proposed by Marlatt and Gordon (1985)
1. Provide tools that allow you to face risky situations, once your containment period is over, as well as the proper management of your emotions.
2. Address specific issues according to age groups and gender equity, working on these issues according to the needs of each user.

3. Provide support for social reintegration by encouraging users to join school, work, volunteer groups, etc.

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